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December 28 2004

Shimerman and Landau on Justice League Unlimited. Armin Shimerman and Juliet Landau joins long list of known ME's shows actor voicing characters in Justice League Unlimited.

Shimerman will provide the voice of Dr. Milo.
Landau will provide the voice of Tala. It's possible she'll be doing one or two more voices for the show, but that hasn't been confirmed yet.

Just updating:
Gina Torres as Vixen
Amy Acker as Huntress
Morena Baccarin as Black Canary
Nathan Fillion as Vigilante
Adam Baldwin as Bonk
Armin Shimerman as Dr. Milo
Juliet Landau as Tala.

Is this a new series? I've never known about this..
Justice League Unlimited was around for two seasons as Justice League.

With this year's third season, they broadened the focus from the "core" JL members (Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkgirl, Martian Manhunter) to include all sorts of heroes from the DC 'verse, such as Green Arrow, Atom, Supergirl, and Zatanna.
Not to mention that it is shown on the cable channel in the US called the Cartoon Network.
So what's with all of the Whedonverse actors?
The producers of Justice League are huge Whedonverse fans, so they try to cast as many of the actors as they can.
It's a surprisingly decent show. Warren Ellis wrote a recent episode.
I wasn't aware of all the ME actors doing voices on it, though. Spiffy.
Hmmm, I've never heard of it either. Does anyone who watch it (in the US) know when its on?
I've seen a couple of, somewhat surprisingly, truly outstanding episodes -- one was based on an Alan Moore story and actually got me all verklempt .
New episodes premiere Saturdays at 8:30 PM (Eastern Time) on Cartoon Network. Then it's rerun a few more times after that.

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